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Ed Macan's Hermetic Science

Label: Magnetic Oblivion Music
Released: 2000
Track listing: 1. Esau

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Prophecies

Label: Magnetic Oblivion Music
Released: 2000
Track listing: 1. Jacob's Ladder (6:46), 2. Intrigue in the House of Panorama (4:19), 3. Barbarians at the Gate (4:37), 4. Hope Against Hope (6:56), 5. Last Stand (6:31), 6. Lament (4:55), 7. Leviathan and Behemoth (9:52), 8. State of Grace (8:17), 9. Tarkus (18:48)

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Hermetic Science: Prophecies

Read "Prophecies" reviewed by Michael Askounes


Ed Macan - scholar, author, progressive rock aficionado... and mallet percussionist. His band Hermetic Science (the band that brought you “Mars: The Bringer of War" played on the marimba) is back for another go around of “vibrariffic" music with their second CD titled Prophesies. However, this time around Macan brought some other instruments along for the ...

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Hermetic Science: Ed Macan's Hermetic Science

Read "Ed Macan's Hermetic Science" reviewed by Michael Askounes


Just because ideas are different and have the best of intentions does not always mean they will work. In music, true progressive performers try to find a musical space that has not yet been occupied so as to become innovators and carve a niche out for them or their band. Unfortunately, prog rock aficionado Ed Macan ...

Album

Ed Macan's Hermetic Science

Label: Magnetic Oblivion Records
Released: 1997


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